24 Carat Gold is a best-of album by German techno group Scooter, featuring 24 gold-selling songs from 1994 until its release date on 4 November 2002. Many of the songs on the album are digitally remastered versions, with some of the songs being shortened as to fit all of the tracks on the album. The album's track list is chronologically backwards in the sense that "Nessaja" was the latest single release while "Hyper Hyper" was their first commercially successful single to be released.
Band of Gold was Freda Payne's third studio album and her first for Invictus Records. The tenth track was written by Payne's younger sister, Scherrie.
24 Karat Gold" is the fourth single from American singer/songwriter Stevie Nicks' eighth studio album 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault. The single was released on September 23, 2014. 24 Karat Gold" is a song written and recorded around 1980 during the Bella Donna album sessions. The original 1980 demo features Stevie playing piano with a drum machine and bass. A lyric video to accompany the song as well as the original demo can be found on YouTube. Stevie Nicks - vocals, keyboards.
We finished in, like, two months – the whole record. And then, this is kind of what I did: It was like, metaphorically, I bought a gold box, I put the record in the box, I put tissue around it, I wrapped it, I put a red bow on it. I got in the car, we drove past Warner Bros. and I ran in, put it on the front desk and said, Please give this to the president of Warner Bros. On how so many of her old demo recordings ended up on the Internet and eventually back to the 24 Karat Gold album, and then to the 24 Karat Gold Tour: At some point a suitcase of demos was sold, and out went all the demos to all these songs.
24 Karat Gold" is the fourth single from American singer/songwriter Stevie Nicks' eighth studio album 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault Contents. The original 1980 demo features Stevie playing piano with a drum machine and bass